My husband was a virgin when we met, so I am really confused why he insist using condoms in our marriage. Honestly every time we use a condom I feel like a dirty Hs girl trying not to get caught. I have always associate condoms as "dirty". My husband says he doesn't trust birth control and eventually we do want children.
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Answer: Birth control, as well as guidelines concerning intercourse within marriage, can be found within the pages of the Bible. Scripture states that a husband and wife can decide to refrain from such intimacy for Christian purposes such as spiritual needs. They can also decide, out of love, to enjoy intimacy but not have it lead to the birth of any children. They are allowed to enjoy it for its own sake. The Apostle Paul said a husband and wife can refrain from intercourse by mutual consent, certainly a form of birth control, so they can fast or pray 1Corinthians - 6, NKJV.
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The sexual area of a marriage is important, as it is considered essential to the wellbeing of the union. And though liberalism now rules the modern world, where individuals unabashedly experiment and indulge in lifestyles that were formerly considered indecent, there are still some that find it hard discussing such intimate matters openly. So, this category of people suffers in silence, despite the fact that they are not finding sexual fulfilment in their marriage. As sexual satisfaction seems to have now become a major issue in relationships, with couples reporting serious bedroom challenges, should Christians keep such issues to themselves and not discuss them, with a view to finding the right solutions?